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14 years 9 months ago #2586 by Thurysaz
Replied by Thurysaz on topic Re:Loup-garou
Bonjour Sister vampirelycanthrope13,

What you say about silver remember this:
The thumb down to the ground, which means death for the gladiators, has existed only for the film.

Mes hommages.

T.

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14 years 1 month ago #19789 by StephenG
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hmm...don't really have a whole lot to add at the moment, just wanted to put this pic i found up cuz it makes me smile
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14 years 1 month ago #19799 by millkins
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I dunno about silver and the thumbs down but that pic is awesomely funny :D :D

Someone should really make that movie :D

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14 years 1 month ago #19823 by SkieShauphen
Replied by SkieShauphen on topic Re:Loup-garou
I've been trying for a while to create a 'plausible' bone, muscle, and skin structured diagram of a human transforming into a more wolf-like being. So far I've discovered that it must remain bi-pedal. The human spine isn't flexible enough to support being hunched over in a position to allow four legged travel. The feet bones would have to elongate, allowing the person to stand taller and run faster as well as tougher pads of skin under the front of the foot where the weight would all be distributed. Nails in both hands and feet could thicken and grow, allowing claws. The lower jaw could dislocate, creating a snout-like appearance. Hair is the simplest as it can just grow rapidly. As for fangs, there isn't much one can do unless they alread have sharp teeth. Once I finish with the drawings and diagrams I'd love to post them. Oh, and no tail.

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14 years 1 month ago #19837 by black_magnolia
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SkieShauphen wrote:

I've been trying for a while to create a 'plausible' bone, muscle, and skin structured diagram of a human transforming into a more wolf-like being. So far I've discovered that it must remain bi-pedal. The human spine isn't flexible enough to support being hunched over in a position to allow four legged travel. The feet bones would have to elongate, allowing the person to stand taller and run faster as well as tougher pads of skin under the front of the foot where the weight would all be distributed. Nails in both hands and feet could thicken and grow, allowing claws. The lower jaw could dislocate, creating a snout-like appearance. Hair is the simplest as it can just grow rapidly. As for fangs, there isn't much one can do unless they alread have sharp teeth. Once I finish with the drawings and diagrams I'd love to post them. Oh, and no tail.


Very good idea! I'd love to see the drawings.
I myself think that elongation of bones would be a bit far fetched, it's easier to imagine the fast growth of hair and nails, but bones are a bit of a different structure, so I think a lot of dislocation would give a sufficiant werewolf.

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And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
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And eternity in an hour.

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